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Look at the location of the major rivers in Europe. What do the rivers have in common that helps with trade?. Welcome to Second Semester! . Monday Jan. 6, 2014. Review of Procedure. Coming into class—must be seated by the bell and ready to work. Bell Ringers count for 5 pts a day

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Welcome to second semester

Welcome to Second Semester!

Monday Jan. 6, 2014


Review of procedure
Review of Procedure

  • Coming into class—must be seated by the bell and ready to work.

  • Bell Ringers count for 5 pts a day

    • Around 150 points per 9 weeks. Must be done in complete sentences.

    • Purpose is to get your mind working in Social Studies mode and review or introduce material or practice skills, NOT to waste time.


Tests this 9 weeks
Tests this 9 weeks

  • With rare exception will be done using Active Votes.

  • Most of the test will come from Chapter Notes but everything we talk about in class could be on a test.

  • Assessment at least once a week.

  • Some tests will get study guides but some will not. Tests once a week will be based on class notes.


Seating arrangement
Seating Arrangement

  • Speak to me privately about seat changes.

  • Do not change your seat without permission.


This semester we will be covering
This semester we will be covering

  • Central and Southern Europe

  • Russia and surrounding countries

  • MENA (Middle East and North Africa)

  • Sub-Saharan Africa

  • India and surrounding countries

  • Southeast Asia

  • Southwest Asia

  • Australia


Chapter notes model
Chapter Notes Model

  • Fill in the blank notes for the entire chapter.

  • Notes will be given along with videos, pictures, and music

  • Notes will cover the bulk of the test and serve as the study guide for once a week tests.


Begin numbering at 1
Begin numbering at #1

  • Chapter Ch. 15 Notes on Central Europe #1


Ch 15 s 1
Ch. 15 s. 1

  • Use map and pg. book to locate the following countries.



Ch 15 s 1 germany pg 328
Ch. 15 s. 1 Germany pg. 328 Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary

  • GERMANY has had a large role in shaping Europe’s history.



Treaty of versailles 1919
Treaty of Versailles 1919 punish Germany.

  • War Guilt clause - Germany to accept blame for starting the war.

  • Financial Clauses

  • Reparations - Germany was to pay for the damage caused by the war. The figure of £6,600 million was set some time after the signing of the treaty.

  • Military Clauses

  • Army - was to be reduced to 100,000 men and no tanks were allowed Navy - Germany was only allowed 6 ships and no submarines Air force - Germany was not allowed an air force Rhineland - The Rhineland area was to be kept free of German military personnel and weapons

  • Territorial Clauses

  • Anschluss - Germany was not allowed to unite with Austria. Land - Germany lost land to a number of other countries. Alsace-Lorraine was returned to France, Eupen and Malmedy were given to Belgium, North Schleswig was given to Denmark. Land was also taken from Germany and given to Czechoslovakia and Poland. The League of Nations took control of Germany's colonies

  • http://www.historyonthenet.com/WW1/versailles.htm

  • Yellow



Inflation makes it hard to afford basic food stuffs
Inflation makes it hard to afford basic food stuffs. inflation (prices), and high unemployment left many feeling hopeless.


  • Hitler takes power in 1933 and becomes Chancellor of Germany.






Don t write this page
Don’t write this page other East European countries. WEST Germany became democratic and rebuilt through international aid.

  • The USA spent billions on aid to rebuild and feed Europe after the war. Mainly to avoid more countries becoming communist.

  • Berlin is a symbol of the Cold War between democratic and communist forces.


  • Guards try to prevent protesters from crossing at first.





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